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A few months after we saw the launch of 3Bubbles, here comes a new chat tool for blogs, Mobber. Essentially you create a profile, upload a little photo, and if you show up at a site that has Mobber-code (tiny bit of Javascript really) embedded, then […]

A few months after we saw the launch of 3Bubbles, here comes a new chat tool for blogs, Mobber.

Essentially you create a profile, upload a little photo, and if you show up at a site that has Mobber-code (tiny bit of Javascript really) embedded, then you can be visually identified in a little slider bar. You can click to browse people or chat with them. Sort of trying to add visual depth to the community of readers on the site.

Mobber is software that shows you who’s on a particular web page, allowing you to chat with them privately or in a group. We make the web a two-way real-time medium.

  1. Are there enough users (who are prepared to give their details) at any one time on the average blog to support online chatting? I mean 3bubbles never had a time stamp, and I figure that may have been a reason why. Just wondering.

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  2. Is this a chat-enabled version of ThirdVoice from 1999?

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  3. How does this differ from 3Bubbles?

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  4. I think it’s great. It’s useful.

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  5. wonder whether meebo will do something like this

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